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For people who spends extra effort to do recycling for goods of others and the environment is honorable. The team believes that these people should be recognized and rewarded to encourage on-going recycling behaviors so families would not only contin

For people who spends extra effort to do recycling for goods of others and the environment is honorable. The team believes that these people should be recognized and rewarded to encourage on-going recycling behaviors so families would not only contin

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Hey Alper, Thanks for your feedback. We are well aware of that issue and it was a challenge how we create a fair competition. We are currently experimenting with different algorithms and point system that would alleviate that problem to make a fair competition. If you refer to the picture above on the experiment, you will see that the amount recycled would be divided by the number of members of the household (or team in our case). Thus, the ranking system does not solely (and shouldn'e be) rely on the amount recycled and the outcome of the experiment seems to prove that.